Different images for different pages...

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I have a homepage that has a nice image that fills the content area of the page. I've set that image to be the "product list" background", since I show a list of the product categories (with thumbnails) on the homepage. I don't want this image to appear on the other pages though, but I don't know how to achieve this since the changes get applied to all pages in SCDP. I don't have the most recent version of this site live, so I have no link to show you. I'm playing around with this on WAMP, but it looks like any background imagery is set in the style sheet, and I'm guessing if I change it, it's just going to apply to all of the pages.
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Can you share a link to the page you want product images hidden?
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User 2642995 Photo

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This is a screenshot of a product page. I don't have the site updated on my server yet, so I don't have an accurate link for you. The image I want to hide is the one in the background, I just want a white background on all of the pages except the homepage.
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And the screen shot...?
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Chris it looks like you are trying to modify the theme background image. There is an easy way and a hard way to do this depending on if you're willing to spend some money. The easy way is to purchase CC Shopping Cart Designer Pro more information can be found here: http://www.coffeecup.com/shopping-cart-designer-pro/

There are other ways you can do the same thing but it involves opening the theme and manually changing things. This is quite difficult to do for the average person. But if you're technically savvy this is an approach you may be able to use.

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